Ladies Football - News & Reports
A huge thank you to the Kilmacud Crokes Football and Camogie Senior Ladies for coming to talk to the U8 girls ahead of the start of their Go games. The girls were thrilled to have such great role models taking time to visit them.
Our Under 8's Ladies Footballers hit the road on Sunday and headed for Castelknock and Foxrock Cabinteely for their first Go Games !. Over 60 Kilmacud Crokes girls partricipated. Managers Don & Deirdre were delighted with the girls who played super football.
Quite often today there can be a tendency to give out about our young people and upcoming generation that they are too busy to help others.
On Saturday 9th March our girls from the combined Nursery attended their first blitz hosted by Cuala. Around 150 girls from both clubs played football and camogie and had a super time. Players, parents and mentors all contributed to a great event but special thanks to the organisers - Dan Buckl
Today is International Women’s Day, the theme this year is #BalanceforBetter and the colour of the day is PURPLE!
Thank you to all you amazing women who make our Club a success.
Open Invite to All Members - Saturday March 16th is be a significant day in the club history.
In Kilmacud Crokes we continue on a journey of understanding and awareness to help make our Club a better place for the entire community. As part of this initiative, we are delighted to launch a Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club ‘Social Story’. In general, social stories are used to teach particular so